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Friday, February 23, 2007


South Indian Inscriptions




I. The Pallava Inscriptions of Mamallapuram and Saluvankuppam

- On the Dharmaraja Ratha, Mamallapuram

- At the Gauesa Temple, Mamallapuram

- Fragment at the Ramanuja Mandapa, Mamallapuram

I(a). Pallava Inscriptions of the Kailasanatha Temple at Kanchipuram

I(b). Round the shrine of Rajasimhesvara

- Round the enclosure of the Rajasimhesvara Temple

- Round the same, fourth tier

- Round the shrine of Mahendravarmesvara

- On the niches to the right of the front entrance

- A Pallava inscription in a cave-temple near Panamalai

- A Pallava inscription from Amaravati

- Two cave-inscriptions from the Trisirapalli Rock

II. Copper-Plate grants of the Eastern Chalukya Dynasty

- Two cave-inscriptions from the Trisirapalli Rock

II(b). A grant of Amma I

II(c). A grant of Chalukya-Bhima II & A grant of Amma II 

II(d). A grant of Vira-Choda 


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